E-mail Madness

Dink and Georgie-boy from the days of living life as a trust fund baby still heart AG.  Every now and again they send her e-mails. For Dink, it’s usually some sort of weird Ken doll thing or about smoked meat.  Georgie-boy, proclaimed Democrat, is usually complaining about the wingnuts while being one himself.  Here’s what Dink sent AG last night:

Chair of the Week Data SheetName: Cesca Armchair

Name: Cesca ArmchairDesigner: Marcel Breuer

Date of Birth: 1928

Birthplace: BERLIN

Dimensions: 47 x 60 x 80 cm

Materials: chrome plated tubular steel, cane, WOODEN edge.

Turn-Ons: Animal Lovers, good conversation, sincerity, optimism, spontaneity and uninhibited affection.

Turn-offs: Close-minded, uptight, indifferent, negative, impolite and insecure people.

Little Known Fact About Me: I am named after Marcel Breuer’s daughter Francesca.


12 Responses to “E-mail Madness”

  1. blue girl Says:

    AG! My response to Pinko Punko, the evil-doer, is up at my place!

  2. Adorable Girlfriend Says:

    Blue, I am so-o there!

  3. teh l4m3 Says:

    My grandmother had a set of those. They always remind me of the Golden Girls’ Florida digs…

  4. Kevin Wolf Says:

    I like a lot of what gets classified as Modern furniture but this chair never did anything for me.

    Okay, so I was able to sit down. But other than that, nothin.’

  5. The Uncanny Canadian Says:

    Oooh, my grandparents also had a set of those …. in their Florida condo!!!!!

  6. YJA Says:

    as long as i have a face you’ll always have a place to sit

    bet that’s one you didn’t hear before.

  7. Scared Sally Says:

    I sit on a chair everyday.

  8. Jimmy Says:

    Oops, I am Scared Sally.

  9. j0rg3 Says:

    Yer a fagit

  10. almostinfamous Says:

    i;ve fallen off of more of those type of chairs than i can count 🙂

  11. Snag Says:

    Smoked meat? If you’re talking about the stuff up in Montreal, no wonder Dink’s so enthused.

  12. Adorable Girlfriend Says:

    You kids crack me up!

    Snag, he mainly finds ads from the 1950s, photocopies them and then writes about smoked meat. Dink is a man of many, many talents.

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